ABCs of Live Video Conferencing for Education and Engagement


As schools across the UK are warned to expect further disruptions due to staff shortages and pupil absences, many teachers, parents, and school staff will be preparing contingency plans for home learning.   To support you, we have updated our in-depth guidance and safety checklist on the safer use of platforms such as Zoom, Cisco Webex, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet and GoToWebinar.   The guidance for

ABCs of Live Video Conferencing for Education and Engagement2023-09-26T11:01:08+01:00

5 Ways You Can Secure Your Online Lessons


For many teachers and parents, safety at school used to mean visitor passes and school gates. However, with education now taking place online from the kitchens, make-shift studies and bedrooms of students, classroom safety may seem less of a concern.  With a rise in incidents such as ‘lesson bombing’, it’s clear that the classroom

5 Ways You Can Secure Your Online Lessons2021-12-10T17:11:01+00:00

Coronavirus Safeguarding Guidance Checklist


Schools and education providers are under increased pressure during the pandemic and continue to face complex challenges in delivering their usual education and safeguarding provisions.    To support you, we have summarised and created a safeguarding checklist based on the recent DfE safeguarding guidance.   You should use this checklist to ensure you continue to support children and young

Coronavirus Safeguarding Guidance Checklist2021-12-10T17:00:13+00:00

What is Zoom, and is it Safe?


Zoom is a video conferencing platform which was founded in 2011 and is currently available on desktop, mobile, tablet and browser. The platform allows users to run meetings, webinars, share files and live chat with others. Zoom’s capacity to broadcast and host video chats with up to 100 others has made it popular

What is Zoom, and is it Safe?2021-12-10T17:22:11+00:00
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